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Volume 21, Number 3—March 2015

Increased Risk for Multidrug-Resistant Tuberculosis in Migratory Workers, Armenia

Nune TruzyanComments to Author , Byron Crape, Ruzanna Grigoryan, Hripsime Martirosyan, and Varduhi Petrosyan
Author affiliations: American University of Armenia School of Public Health, Yerevan, Armenia

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Table 2

Time intervals between first symptoms, diagnosis, and tuberculosis treatment for migrant workers, Armenia, 2008–2011

Interval Mean (SD) duration, mo
p value
Armenia Host country of work
First symptoms–first diagnosis 3.1 (6.3) 1.7 (3.1) 0.23
First diagnosis–first treatment 0.6 (1.9) 3.1 (9.3) 0.06*
First symptoms–first treatment 3.8 (6.6) 3.8 (8.5) 0.54

*Marginally significant difference (0.1≤p≤0.05).

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